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  • ...n Calvin]] (1509-1564), though it was also developed and propounded by the reformers [[Martin Bucer]], [[Heinrich Bullinger]],[[Huldrych Zwingli]], and [[Tho ...evers accountable for subscribing to them, even though, in the eyes of the Reformers, they distorted or contradicted Christian doctrine.
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  • ...roach to doctrine and church government based on Calvinism as expressed in Reformed confessions.
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  • {{r|Reformation}} {{r|Theology}}
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  • {{r|black liberation theology}} {{r|Christian theology}}
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  • {{r|counter-Reformation}} {{r|Reformation}}
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  • #REDIRECT [[Reformed theology]]
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  • {{r|Reformation}} {{r|Reformed churches}}
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  • ...ugees and over time made that city a major force in the spread of Reformed theology. He is renowned for his teachings and writings, in particular for his ''[[ ...nt his fourteen-year-old son to the University of Paris to pursue a Latin, theological education and to flee the plague in Noyon. But when GĂ©rard was dismiss
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  • A branch of Protestant Christianity subscribing to [[Reformed theology]]
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  • ...er, the Eureka Classis resisted the 1934 merger and out of it the RCUS was reformed. The denomination has about 4,000 members nationwide and is concentrated ...hurch]], the [[Canadian and American Reformed Churches]], and the [[United Reformed Churches in North America]].
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  • ...n Calvin]] (1509-1564), though it was also developed and propounded by the reformers [[Martin Bucer]], [[Heinrich Bullinger]],[[Huldrych Zwingli]], and [[Tho ...evers accountable for subscribing to them, even though, in the eyes of the Reformers, they distorted or contradicted Christian doctrine.
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Reformed churches]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Reformed Church in the United States}}
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  • {{r|Natural theology}} {{r|Reformed epistemology}}
    525 B (62 words) - 01:12, 14 August 2010
  • ...ifferent doctrinal documents that enshrine their beliefs. The most popular Reformed doctrinal standards are the [[Heidelberg Catechism]], the [[Belgic Confes ==Reformed and Presbyterian Churches around the World ==
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  • {{r|Reformation}} {{r|Theology}}
    360 B (46 words) - 17:33, 11 November 2009
  • ...y of [[Christianity]]. Immersed in German and ancient philosophy, he moved theology into the main currents of intellectual thought and brought to it a Romanti ...ist spirit of [[Friedrich August Wolf]] and [[Johann Salomo Semler]]. As a theology student Schleiermacher pursued an independent course of reading and neglec
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Reformation]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Reformed theology}}
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  • ...]] that split away from the [[Roman Catholic Church]] as a result of the [[Reformation]] during the 15th and 16th centuries in Europe. Originating in the "9 ...eenth century it became the shibboleth of the "liberal" ecclesiastical and theological schools; more recently the growth of ultramontanism as a political powe
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  • ...ve'' signified that Jews should ''conserve'' Jewish tradition, rather than reform or abandon it. The term 'conservative' is somewhat confusing and anachronis Like [[Reform Judaism]], the Conservative movement developed in Europe and the United Sta
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  • ...]]'s Calvinism. While many consider Finney a rebel against the New England theology, he was actually an heir to this tradition and resistant to popular notion ...l as the [[Society for the Promotion of Temperance]], and began efforts to reform prisons and care for the handicapped and mentally ill. They believed in the
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  • ...on and Protestantism'' (2002) [http://www.amazon.com/Complete-Idiots-Guide-Reformation-Protestantism/dp/0028642708/ref=pd_bbs_sr_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=120080 ...ntury'' (1987) [http://www.amazon.com/History-Christian-Thought-Protestant-Reformation/dp/0687171849/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1200808706&sr=8-12 excer
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  • ...f educational systems. He stands next to Luther and Calvin as a reformer, theologian, and molder of Protestantism. As much as Luther, he is the primary foun ...ripture. Before contact with Luther he had seriously questioned scholastic theology and ecclesiastical morality.
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  • ...allowed every Scottish peer to sit in the House of Lords, but since recent reforms of the house, this is no longer the case. Hereditary Scottish peers have t ...f the land). As a result, in 2003, the Scottish Parliament passed the Land Reform Act that empowers tenant farmers and local communities to purchase land eve
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